Hindutva group pulls Muslim man, Hindu woman out of bus, drags them to cops

Hindutva group pulls Muslim man, Hindu woman out of bus, drags them to cops

August 22, 2021 MuslimMirror

Hindutva Group Stops Bus With Muslim Man, Hindu Woman, Drag Them to CopsBy Muslim Mirror Staff

New Delhi: Members of Hindu Jagrana Vedike, a right wing outfit, stopped a state-run bus going to Bengaluru and dragged a Muslim man and a Hindu woman to the police station in Karnataka’s Dakshina Kannada district. They alleged that the man and woman were travelling together but the police said there was no prior connection between them.

According to a report by The News Minute, the woman, who was travelling from Puttur, and the man Naushad were travelling in a government bus to Bengaluru on Thursday night. Naushad had booked a ticket from Puttur to Kumbra in Dakshina Kannada, but changed his destination to Bengaluru as he suddenly received a call for a job interview there. He was seen talking to the Hindu woman in the bus.

 

It is unclear how the Hindu Jagrana Vedike members were informed about the man and the woman in the bus. Police said it could have been one of the co-passengers that informed the local Bajrang Dal unit in Puttur.

In a video that has surfaced, a large group of people are seen discussing the incident outside the Sullia police station, with tempers flaring between Naushad and the Bajrang Dal group. Eventually, the police decided to send him and the woman on their way, in the bus to Bengaluru. “The man and the woman did not want to pursue a complaint against the group that stopped them and they were sent on their way,” says the inspector.

Eventually, the police decided to send him and the woman on their way, in the bus to Bengaluru. “The man and the woman did not want to pursue a complaint against the group that stopped them and they were sent on their way,” said the inspector.

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